110V out of the factory. It is able to be converted to 220V by following the wiring diagram in the manual. It explains how to rewire the motor. The plug must also be changed.
120 or 240 will work.
Heh! It looks like everyone has the same issues with this saw. That 3rd wheel broke after a month or so.... Delta told me that it is not covered by warranty. They said that I use very heavy materials and it damages the saw! Well, if 8x4 sheet of plywood is too heavy for a CONTRACTOR table saw I wouldn't call it a contractor table saw. They offer 5 years warranty and all what you get from Delta as a response is ..."it is your fault if this saw falls apart!".
Yes. Wiring diagram in manual.
I will answer my own question for anyone wondering the same thing. The saw is manufactured in Taiwan.
It has an induction motor and a small belt - part number DPEC003211
Not included however it is available. Part number 36-502.
It's about 3' x 3' x 3' (I don't have the exact measurements, as mine's assembled already). Fits in the back of a pick up very well. I wouldn't recommend an SUV, as it has to be loaded on a pallet. It is quite heavy, all in all. You will definitely need at least one extra person to help you unload it. Cheers!
Ultimately, this particular model has a beefier motor, and more cast iron. In looking over the Lowe's model 36-5XXX saws, it looks like their standard pricing is a bit better than HDs... Just food for thought! Cheers!